The versatile Golf Alltrack and Golf SportWagen will leave the conveyor by the end of the year.

The versatile Golf Alltrack and Golf SportWagen will leave the conveyor by the end of the year.

July 18, 2019 0 By autotimesnews

Receivers, these Volkswagen models will not leave. The decision to send these station wagons to resign was made after the crossovers showed 47% of sales in the first half of the year.

Volkswagen of America reported on the completion of the production of the station wagons Golf Alltrack and Golf SportWagen (aka Variant). Recall they went off the assembly line of the Mexican plant in Puebla. To complete the process of parting with these two models, the automaker is going to the end of this year. These wagons will give way to other, more successful models on the market. For example, in the first half of 2019, American motorists most often chose crossovers – 47 percent of all deals concluded at the US auto market.

A kind of compensation for the wagons who left the market will be just three new SUVs, whose production is planned for the next two years.

At first, the five-seater Atlas Cross Sport debuts, which is expected to appear on the American market later this year. At the beginning of next year, an electric ID will be available. Crozz. And in the 2021st the Tharu compact cross will finally become available for purchase.